Keld Mathiesen – consultant – University College Northern Jutland
FRED’s Matt Micucci meets Keld Mathiesen, consultant at the University College North Jutland – the Danish partner of the 2015 EFA Young Audience Award.
This is the second year that Denmark takes part in the Young Audience Award, and Young Audience Film Day – which will be on the 3rd ofn May 2015 – will be taking place in the city of Aalborg.
Keld Mathiesen talks with us about the importance of the promotion of more challenging cinema to a young audience and on top of talking about the Young Audience Award, we also discuss other different activities of film literacy and education promoted and run by the University College North Jutland.
YOUNG AUDIENCE AWARD : In a truly European vote, 12-14-year-old audiences in Aalborg (Denmark), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Athens (Greece), Barcelona (Spain), Belgrade (Serbia), Bratislava (Slovakia), Budapest (Hungary), Cluj-Napoca (Romania), Erfurt (Germany), Istanbul (Turkey), Izola (Slovenia), Kiev (Ukraine), London (UK), Malmö (Sweden), Prizren (Kosovo), Riga (Latvia), Skopje (FYR Macedonia), Sofia (Bulgaria), Tallinn (Estonia), Tbilisi (Georgia), Tel Aviv (Israel), Turin (Italy), Valletta (Malta), Wroclaw (Poland) and Zagreb (Croatia) will elect the winner of the European Film Academy Young Audience Award 2015. Click here to visit the official website of the EFA Young Audience Award.